Andes BFP Team
Two Basins <ul><li>Volta </li></ul><ul><li>Andes </li></ul>
FOOD SECURITY
 
 
 
 
 
DIFICULTIES MEETING FOOD NEEDS VS LOCATION
DIFICULTIES MEETING FOOD NEEDS VS LOCATION AND OTHER BIOPHYSCIAL CHARACTERISTICS
POVERTY IN DRYER AND LOW PRODUCTIVE PROVINCES
The Andes
Noel Trejos Chief Scientist in  Integral Management Meagan  Keefe Agricultural  Economist Mario Aquirre Senior Officer Wat...
 
La pobreza en Fuquene, Ambato y Jetequepeque (Chapalbay et al., 2007; Johnson et al., 2008; Gomez et al., 2005)  Subasin K...
Agriculture in the Economy
Migration in the Region
Urbanization of poverty
 
 
How Different are Regional Social Conditions? Ecuador: Consumption based poverty
<ul><li>Several indicators of poverty match </li></ul><ul><li>Poverty intensity according to the unsatisfied basic need me...
 
Lessons <ul><li>Poverty is context dependent </li></ul><ul><li>Related factors operate differently at different scales of ...
Equity, inclusivness, trust, etc.. Which interventions enable poverty reduction and increases in WUE
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  • Malnutrtion in Ecuador is clearly greater in the Andean Mountains, relative the Amazon and coastal regions.
  • Water And Poverty Searching For Linkages

    1. 1. Andes BFP Team
    2. 2. Two Basins <ul><li>Volta </li></ul><ul><li>Andes </li></ul>
    3. 3. FOOD SECURITY
    4. 9. DIFICULTIES MEETING FOOD NEEDS VS LOCATION
    5. 10. DIFICULTIES MEETING FOOD NEEDS VS LOCATION AND OTHER BIOPHYSCIAL CHARACTERISTICS
    6. 11. POVERTY IN DRYER AND LOW PRODUCTIVE PROVINCES
    7. 12. The Andes
    8. 13. Noel Trejos Chief Scientist in Integral Management Meagan Keefe Agricultural Economist Mario Aquirre Senior Officer Water Program Silvia Benitez Water Conservation Programme Co-ordinator Carmen Candelo Reina Governance and Livelihoods Program Director Jairo Valderrama Biologist Alonso Moreno Natural Resource Sustainable Management Programme Edwin Pajares Director of Natural Resource Sharing Program John Pender Economist Cauca University, Valle University, CAN, Proyecto GEF Paramo, CIAT, UNAL, CONDESAN, Kings College London, Universidad Autonoma,de Occidente,
    9. 15. La pobreza en Fuquene, Ambato y Jetequepeque (Chapalbay et al., 2007; Johnson et al., 2008; Gomez et al., 2005) Subasin Key Factor Fuquene Alternative employment to agriculture, health, inheritances, savings, no water related, no animal belongins related Ambato Alternative employment to agriculture, no water related, animals stocks Jeteque-peque Alternative employment to agriculture, land property, education, health, subsistance crops, irrigation, animal stocks
    10. 16. Agriculture in the Economy
    11. 17. Migration in the Region
    12. 18. Urbanization of poverty
    13. 21. How Different are Regional Social Conditions? Ecuador: Consumption based poverty
    14. 22. <ul><li>Several indicators of poverty match </li></ul><ul><li>Poverty intensity according to the unsatisfied basic need method </li></ul><ul><li>Human development index (literacy, life expectancy and per capita GDP) </li></ul><ul><li>Household consumption from small area estimation </li></ul>
    15. 24. Lessons <ul><li>Poverty is context dependent </li></ul><ul><li>Related factors operate differently at different scales of observation (e.g. education) </li></ul><ul><li>There are external factors not directly visible from the basin (e.g. migration, regional economy) </li></ul><ul><li>Links between water and poverty are influenced by intermediate factors (management, institutional arrangements, access to knowledge and technology) </li></ul>
    16. 25. Equity, inclusivness, trust, etc.. Which interventions enable poverty reduction and increases in WUE
    17. 26. End

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